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3 Fires Family Groupsheet Project




Family Group Sheets have been used for many years in genealogical research to show a family as a unit and what information you have on each person. They consist of a husband, wife, and each of their children. Before computers and even now genealogists make one of these out in paper form on each family to keep track of the data they have collected and what is still needed when out doing research at the courthouse, library or other research center. Genealogy societies have long collected them, to help connect researchers who were searching the same family. One of my earliest contacts when starting my family history was due to the use of family group sheets kept by a society that I contacted in England.

As all genealogy data you find compiled by others, use these as a resource for clues, so that you may get a copy of primary source documentation for your own files. Family Group Sheets are considered secondary sources in genealogical research. If you use any of the data found on these pages, please remember to cite the author as your source.

**Family Group Sheets are copyrighted by each individual FGS submitter**
All rights reserved. This site may be freely linked to, but not duplicated
in any manner without written consent from the submitter.

USGenWeb Project, any affiliates/parent groups nor this project manager makes any claims or estimates of the validity of the information submitted and reminds you that each new piece of information must be researched and proved or disproved by weight of evidence.  It is always best to consult the original material for verification.


View Groups Sheet Submitted

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O |
| PQ | R | S | T | U | V | W | XYZ |

Instructions for Submitting Your Family Groupsheet

The chart below is made for a family of 10 children. To simplify filing these and prevent duplication, we will only be filing the chart under the *father's* surname.  If there is more than one marriage, then please do another group sheet & number it as #2 by husband's name.

  • DO NOT include LIVING PERSONS on these charts
  • Put all SURNAMES in capital letters!
  • List all women under their maiden names, if unknown, then, please list as such
  • Add any additional information in the area left for notes, below the children.
  • If you can't use this electronic form, then COPY AND PASTE this alternate email form into an E-MAILand fill in the blanks!
  • If you have an easier (for you) format, I will try my best to use that.  Let me know first, before you send ANY attachments!
  • You are strongly encouraged to quote your sources on the bottom!!!

Choose a Way to Submit Your Sheets

BY ONLINE FORM - Fill the form below and the results will be mailed to the file

BY E-MAIL - We have a page ready with all you need to copy and paste into an e-mail to send us.

USE REPORTS GENERATED BY YOUR PROGRAM -

Using a software program to create a family group sheet to put online:

1. Family Origin Software - Does well when sending as a text file. Example Here. Please do not send PDF files.

2. Legacy Software - Makes excellent family sheets.

3. PAF (Personal Ancestral File) - Sheets do not transfer to a format for web pages. Please download Legacy's or Ancestry's free software to use for making up sheets to send.

4. Family Tree Maker - Unknown - The reports that this program creates are not compatible and can not be used. We suggest you download either Legacy or Ancestry's Family Tree Software which are both free, import your gedcom into them to make reports.

5. Ancestry's Family Tree Free Software - Does a nice family sheet from program to save in text and send.your file (one per e-mail) by e-mail as an attachment to:

baragarose@up.net Note in the Subject Line: 3 Fires Family Sheet Attached

Please make sure you use the above subject line. I have software that looks at all attachments suspiciously to avoid worms and viruses, and by having that subject line I can save the e-mail from being deleted.

Family Groupsheet Submission Form
Your Name:   E-mail:

HUSBAND:   WIFE:
Indian Name:
 
Indian Name:
Indian Name:
 
Indian Name:
Birth:   Birth:
Where:   Where:
Death:   Death:
    Where:   Where:
Occupation or
Military Service
  Occupation or
Military Service
Father:   Father:
Mother:   Mother:
Indian Nation:   Indian Nation:
Tribe:   Tribe:
  Marriage date:
  Marriage place:

CHILDREN
1st Child:
Name: Sex
Birthdate: Where
Death Date:  Where
Spouse: 
Marriage:  Where
Indian Name    
2nd Child:
Name: Sex
Birthdate: Where
Death Date:  Where
Spouse: 
Marriage:  Where
Indian Name    
3rd Child:
Name: Sex
Birthdate: Where
Death Date:  Where
Spouse: 
Marriage:  Where
Indian Name    
4th Child:
Name: Sex
Birthdate: Where
Death Date:  Where
Spouse: 
Marriage:  Where
Indian Name    
5th Child:
Name: Sex
Birthdate: Where
Death Date:  Where
Spouse: 
Marriage:  Where
Indian Name    
6th Child:
Name: Sex
Birthdate: Where
Death Date:  Where
Spouse: 
Marriage:  Where
Indian Name    
7th Child:
Name: Sex
Birthdate: Where
Death Date:  Where
Spouse: 
Marriage:  Where
Indian Name    
8th Child:
Name: Sex
Birthdate: Where
Death Date:  Where
Spouse: 
Marriage:  Where
Indian Name    
9th Child:
Name: Sex
Birthdate: Where
Death Date:  Where
Spouse: 
Marriage:  Where
Indian Name    
10th Child:
Name: Sex
Birthdate: Where
Death Date:  Where
Spouse: 
Marriage:  Where
Indian Name    

Sources and Documentation

Please do NOT push the "Submit" button more than once for each groupsheet.
NOTE: After submitting your entry, you will be taken to a screen titled MailMerge Gateway. Your group sheet will automatically be mailed to me

 


Please submit yours!!
No submission is too small, too large, or unwanted!

MiGen Graphic In March and April, 1996, a group of genealogists organized the Michigan Comprehensive Genealogy Database. The idea was to provide a single entry point for all counties in Michigan, where collected databases would be stored. In addition, the databases would be indexed and cross-linked, so that even if an individual were found in more than one county, they could be located in the index.

At the same time, volunteers were found who were willing to coordinate the collection of databases and generally oversee the contents of the web page. My name is Rose Edwards and I'm responsible for Native Genealogy in Michigan. Please contact me if you would like to contribute to this database. If you would like to host a Michigan county, please contact Joan Brausch.

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Please note That I do not do personal research. I do not have the time nor resources available to me, nor can I find a researcher for you .Everything that I have at this time is posted here. I will continue to search for new information that can be added to these pages.
Thank-you for your understanding and cooperation, Rose

1997-2004 by Rose Edwards (baragarose@up.net)

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